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That is one awful bunch of defects. You can always claim the "I didn't have my glasses on" excuse for accepting it.
In my youth, searching for my first new handgun, I picked up many and could tell the difference in quality a lot of times just by the feel. One day I compared a S&W revolver to a Ruger and the Ruger won hands down. Been a fan ever since. The Smith & Wesson felt cheap. The whole gun felt like it was made with bad steel. Yes, the Ruger was heavier but that made me feel safe. So I ended up with a Ruger Speed Six just as they were switching over to the new model .357. Best money I ever spent. And to this day I've never considered buying a S&W unless it was an older gun like a previous poster stated. This was in 1987 or close to it.
It is a sad story to hear of such a great company losing site of quality control. Hope it all works out in your favor.
I gotta take exception with that. We've seen this with countless other products and companies. ITS NOT THE LABOR FORCE, ITS THE MANAGEMENT. they are the ones telling Bobby Jo that he has 15 seconds with each piece. If he don't get through enough parts in a day, he gets his ass reamed.